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    Cons Of Driving To School

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    Driving to school can be great. Many students starting early on in both Elementary and Middle school were driven to school by their parents. Many of us experienced the congestion at drop off and pickup times at Rincon Valley Middle school. Now, here at Maria Carrillo, the experience is quite similar. With students getting their driver's licenses left and right, they are joining the congestion. It doesn’t really have to be this way. Let’s examine the pros and cons of driving to school. The main…

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    Texting While Driving

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    Today everywhere are people are talking and texting while driving. Drivers should not be allowed to use the cell phone while driving. Using a cell phone while driving can cause many problems for you and the other drivers on the road. Just by sending a quick text could end with someone being hurt. Therefore cell phone use while driving should be stopped. Using a cell phone while driving may cause someone to get distracted. If they are calling or texting someone that might distract the driver and…

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    Texting Vs Driving

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    months it is important to stay alert. To do this, it means keeping your eyes on the road and being aware of your surroundings. To make sure one is paying attention while driving, it is important to either turn off your cell phone or use a hands-free device. Also, you should never texting while driving or drink and drive. When driving leave enough space between your vehicle and the other vehicle in front of you on the road. Also make sure your vehicle maintenance is well maintained.…

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    presentation in which we learned about the dangers of texting and driving. At one point they showed a video with people that had caused damage to other people’s life’s by texting and driving. It was very sad to see such people suffer, and I hated to find out that a lot of the people that caused it, barely had any repercussions in comparison to drinking and driving. This is why texting and driving should be on par with drinking and driving. It causes just as much damage, yet people don’t take the…

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    In the United States, one out of every four accidents are caused by texting and driving. According to the National Safety Council, using a cell phone while driving leads to around 1.6 million crashes annually. Around 330,000 injuries to people are caused by those crashes from cell phone use while driving. When a person uses a cell phone while they’re behind the wheel, they significantly reduce the safety of drivers, passengers, other road users, and even the pedestrians around them. Cell…

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    When driving we are always at risk,risk of making a wrong turn or being caught in the wrong moment.This being said, irresponsible drivers continue to make violations and heighten the risk by performing violations to the safety of others.Distractions such as looking at a cell phone,driving while drunk,and speeding can all lead to horrible consequences. Although all of these violations can cause serious damage,the worst violation is aggressive driving. Aggressive not only is speeding and…

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    Phones While Driving

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    enforcing laws that make driving while using handheld phones illegal. Although some might say that this law is unnecessary and inconvenient, in reality states should enforce this law because using handheld phones while driving creates a distracting environment, causes a prodigious amount of accidents, and is unnecessary with the vast amount of hands free technology that is offered. To begin, handheld phones are too distracting to be able to safely use while driving. Driving is a…

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    Bad Driving Skills

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    rules are bound to change from year to year to accommodate the new technology or behaviors of society. There are many ways that you can learn to drive for example “I learned to drive all thanks to my father. If he didn’t teach me some of the many driving skills that he had acquired throughout his…

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    Essay On Driving Age

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    a driver’s license at the age of sixteen is merely too young. Teenagers are incompetent about being on the road, which increases the chances of putting others at risk because they have not developed a strong level of maturity and experience. The driving age among teens should be increased because facts prove that teenagers cannot handle the physiological and physical challenges that approach them on the road. Most experts, along with the National Highway Traffic Safety, agree that inexperience…

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    people between the ages of 15 to 20 in the United States of America. Anna Quindlen’s essay “Driving to the Funeral” went into the dangers of teen driving, by showing parents not being strict enough with their kids, the poor enforcement of the law, and teenagers being too irresponsible. Even though, there are many teens that were injured or even worse killed, parents are still taking the right of driving very easily onto their kids. Mrs. Quindlen said “Parents seem to treat the right of a…

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